Parenting is one of the toughest roles we play. Like they say 'once a parent, always a parent'; the role of a parent is never complete. And it goes through multiple transitions and transformation throughout its lifetime. There is balancing the societal expectations and that we have from self as parents, pressure of raising the child the best way possible and doing everything that is best for them.
On other hand, as time changes, generations progress and challenges only multiply because we saw while
we were being brought up, is usually no longer applicable. So a parent has to learn, experiment, apply, and all this while be cautious of not hampering a child's mental, physical and emotional well-being. While there are many books on parenting, I personally feel, there is no guide book for this role, or for any role for that matter. Yet there are some foundational principles we can work with as we learn and apply on a daily basis. Positive Parenting is keeping the 'positivity' at the center stage of everything we do, say and think with respect to our children.
Let us discuss some examples of positive parenting you use with your child, or have seen being used by someone around you.